Soybeans jump after another export sale: Podcast

Lower U.S. dollar underpins crop markets.

Soybean futures sped higher on Friday following another big export sale. The U.S. Department of Agriculture this week announced four sales in its daily reporting system for large sales. Two of those sales were to China, and two were to unknown destinations.

Corn futures were about unchanged, and wheat was mixed.

A sharply lower dollar provided some support to crops. A report showing slow growth in the U.S.

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